CCSS Standard L.1 Worksheets (Language for ELA and Literacy)

Below you’ll find materials aligned to Common Core State Standards (CCSS). This page houses print-ready PDFs and digital PDF worksheets, packets, and lessons aligned to the CCSS standards for English Language Arts. Language, Standard 1 (L1) is “Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.” This standard applies to grades K-12.

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CUPS Writing Extension Activity

Polish up your skills with our CUPS Writing Strategies Extension Activity Packet. Designed for student support related to grammar and editing skills, this resource centers on Capitalization, Usage, Punctuation, and Spelling, with activities designed for each of those skills. Target specific skills or give students time to work on all…

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ARMS Writing Extension Activity

Empower your students’ writing skills with our ARMS Strategies Extension Activity Packet. This packet is a great tool for guiding students through an important part of the writing process: revising! By Adding, Removing, Modifying, and Substituting content, writers can get into the practice of drafting and polishing their writing through…

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Proper Adjectives Worksheets

Proper adjectives are a unique group of adjectives that are derived from proper nouns, which are the names of specific people, places, or things. Proper adjectives can be spotted easily because they start with a capital letter, just like proper nouns. Let’s see how they look and sound in our…

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Possessive Adjectives Worksheets

It’s your turn to learn about possessive adjectives and practice your skills with our possessive adjectives worksheets! Possessive adjectives show ownership or possession and to whom something belongs. These adjectives are always placed before a noun. Possessive adjectives include: “my,” “your,” “his,” “her,” “its,” “our,” and “their.”  For example, if…

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Adjective Phrases Worksheets

Adjective phrases can be quite fun to craft! Here, you’ll learn about this type of phrase along as well as find a variety of adjective phrases worksheets. But first, what are adjective phrases? Adjective phrases are groups of words that work together to describe a noun in a sentence. These…

Finish the Sentence Predicate Adjectives Worksheet

Predicate Adjectives Worksheets

These adjectives are fun! Predicate adjectives are adjectives that appear after linking verbs like “am,” “be,” “being,” “become,” “seem/s,” “is,” “are,” “was,” or “were.” These adjectives describe the subject of a sentence. For example, in the sentence “The flower is beautiful,” the word “beautiful” is a predicate adjective because it…

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Irregular Spelling Patterns Worksheets

If you’re looking to learn about irregular spelling patterns or find printable irregular spelling patterns worksheets, you’ve come to the right place! As you read through this page, you should have an understanding of the concept of irregular spelling patterns, why this an important skill to learn for early readers…

Irregular Past Tense Verbs Worksheets

Below you’ll find our printable irregular past tense verbs worksheets to use in class or at home. Irregular verbs are verbs that do not follow the regular “-ed” rule when forming their past tense. They have unique past tense forms that need to be memorized. Examples of irregular verbs include:…

Verb Tenses Worksheets, Definition, Examples

Here’s our collection of verb tenses worksheets. Verb tenses are the forms of verbs that show when an action or state occurs in time. There are three main tenses: past, present, and future. While there are other subdivisions like simple, continuous, and perfect we’re focusing on the basic three. Students…

Verb Conjugation Worksheets, Definition, Examples

Here are some helpful printable verb conjugation worksheets. Verb conjugation means changing the form of a verb to reflect its tense, person, number, mood, or voice. In other words, it’s the way verbs change to show the action’s timing, who’s performing it, and the verb’s relationship with other elements in…